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Displaying items by tag: Search

Wednesday, 03 June 2009 17:38

Watch out Bing, Webtrends is tracking you!

Web analytics firm, Webtrends, has announced it’s now able to fully track and analyse search data generated from Microsoft’s Bing search site.

Published in Home Tech
Wednesday, 03 June 2009 08:13

Google adds zing to Aussie iGoogle

In a week of duelling announcements from Microsoft and Google, what with MS Bing and Google Wave, Google has gone into overdrive with a series of announcements to blow Microsoft out of the water and off the headlines!

Published in Fuzzy Logic
Tuesday, 02 June 2009 15:10

Google Wave bye bye to Bing

Two prominent software houses showed off their latest online wares this last week. Yet, it was not simply products on display but vision and innovation, or rather in one case, the lack of it. Can Microsoft keep pace with Google’s thought leadership?

Published in The Linux Distillery
Microsoft’s brand new search engine, Bing, has not only burst earlier onto the scene that was being let on, it has thus far avoided Cuil’s launch fate – but with the launch less than 24 hours old, it’s far too early to tell!

Published in Fuzzy Logic
Monday, 01 June 2009 10:17

Microsoft's Bing boings into life - early

No, you won’t need to go to Google to find Bing – all you need to do is to visit Bing.com where you’ll find that Bing is now in beta.

Published in Fuzzy Logic
Friday, 29 May 2009 08:03

Will Bing's big bang'¦ bash Google?

Basking in the new launch limelight is Bing.com, Microsoft’s new search thing which aims to massively boost its share of the search engine market, but while things look good at the launch event, the real battle gets down to business in less than a week!

Published in Fuzzy Logic
Thursday, 28 May 2009 18:41

Will Bing bring Microsoft search supremacy?

Steve Ballmer is set to shortly announce “Bing”, its new Google-killing search engine with such amazing search simplicity and satisfaction that we will all be truly stunned. But will Bing just bring useless search bling, or will it be the real search thing – and does the Bing logo look just like that from British Paints?!?

Published in Fuzzy Logic
The blogosphere is teeming with reports and rumours about the imminent release of a new Microsoft search engine possibly as early as next week. We caught a glimpse of it a couple of months ago when Microsoft leaked some screen shots of its Kumo project.

Published in Beerfiles
Wednesday, 13 May 2009 03:38

Google slices and dices Australian searches

Google has added a wide range of new search capabilities to its Australian search engine, which enables users downunder to slice and dice results in ways previously not possible. At least some of the new features were developed in Google's Australian office.

Published in Home Tech
Yahoo Search Marketing is hoping to kick start wider use of search marketing among Australian small businesses by giving away $24 million worth of keyword search advertising.

Google Australia says it is looking to help the country’s small businesses through free search marketing campaigns. Of course, it also happens to be a novel way for Google to harvest a potentially huge and largely untapped market.

Thursday, 16 April 2009 04:06

Diffusing the DiggBar traffic timebomb

Ever since Digg introduced the DiggBar toolbar at the start of the month it has come under fire for framing your site content with a custom Digg URL. Has Digg done enough with the latest update to diffuse the toolbar traffic timebomb?

Tuesday, 14 April 2009 04:29

eBay sells StumbleUpon back to founders

eBay seems to have started a new 'acquisitions buy-back' auction category as StumbleUpon is sold and Skype could be next.

Tuesday, 14 April 2009 02:15

Ballmer and Bartz talks bump up Yahoo! stock

How does Yahoo! get the biggest boost in share prices for six months? By talking to Microsoft again, of course.

Tuesday, 07 April 2009 06:16

Google local search misses the mark

Google says it's finished the worldwide rollout of localised search, but as far as I can see it's not working.

Published in Core Dump
Wednesday, 11 March 2009 21:00

Uh oh, Google goes all Phorm on your ass

The whole concept of behaviour-based targeting of online advertising is guaranteed to kick up a privacy stink wherever it appears. When that place is Google, though, the stink could quickly become something of a shit-storm.

Published in Home Tech
As a security consultant gets four years in prison for helping to build a botnet which infected a quarter million computers, his IT company boss says he will give him a job when he is released.

Published in Home Tech
Wednesday, 04 March 2009 12:01

Can Microsoft's Kumo take on Google's Sumo

Once again one of Microsoft's worst kept secrets has been leaked, this time a new search engine called Kumo, that is supposed to especially good at searching for images. Is Kumo the saviour that Microsoft has been waiting for to take on Google's 800 pound sumo or is it just a warmed up version of Live Search?

Published in Beerfiles
Tuesday, 03 February 2009 01:43

Google Earth takes a dip in the ocean

Afficionados of Google Earth who are tired of visiting all the landmarks on the planet can now go for a virtual swim in the ocean. The new feature Ocean in Google Earth lets people explore 3D underwater terrain, and browse ocean-related content contributed by marine scientists and explorers.

Published in Networking

Earlier today Google had a hiccup where it reported every search result as potentially malware. This continued for about an hour and brought the world's searching to its knees. Google has explained what caused this issue.


Published in Home Tech




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